Helicopter Flight Training
About Helicopter Services, Inc. (HSI)
In the world of rotary-wing aviation, there are certain standards that must be met, leaving no room for mediocrity or error. At Helicopter Services, Inc., we are aware of that important fact and strive to ensure that we deliver the highest possible quality flight training. HSI represents the level of excellence you should demand regarding your helicopter needs, as well as the policies and procedures that govern those needs. HSI is a full-service helicopter operator providing a broad spectrum of products and services.
Helicopter Services began training helicopter pilots at its location in 1980. Since then, HSI has graduated hundreds of students into the helicopter market with an astonishing 98% success rate, many of whom became career commercial pilots.
HSI’s fleet of aircraft include the Schweizer 300C and Robinson R22, which are primarily used for Private,
Commercial and Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) training, along with the Robinson R44 helicopters that provide a stable helicopter platform for advanced training such as Helicopter Instrument Rating and Instrument Instructor. We also utilize our full-size, FAA approved, FLYIT Simulator to help cut costs for students interested in the Instrument Rating. All our training aircraft provide a cost-effective opportunity to our students without compromising safety. Safety is, simply stated, good business. Our students depend upon it… our employees are committed to it. Anything less is unacceptable.
Why Fly with HSI?
- Open 7 days a week. Our schedule is your schedule!
- Towered airspace gives students the experience necessary for today’s pilots
- On-site practice area allows students to utilize all their flight time for training
- Access to free flight time. Talk to your CFI for more information
Call one of our CFI’s today for your $100 Demo today!
FAA MedXpress System
The FAA MedXPress system allows anyone requiring an FAA Medical Certificate or Student Pilot Medical Certificate to electronically complete the FAA Form 8500-8.